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move through the state today, ahead of the front we'll see showers and thunderstorms with a few storms reaching severe limits. the greatest threat would be damaging winds within a few cells. much cooler air will move in behind the front . another chance of rain may move into the midlands by sunday as low looks to form off the coast late saturday into sunday. today, scattered morning shows, breezy and mild as we start out in the e60s. warm and windy by midday with scattered showers and thunderstorms, some heavy rain possible. highs lower 70s, rain chance 100%. the timing of today's rain is best from 11am 6pm. few showers for thursday then becoming partly cloudy and cooler, highs middle to upper 50s. more information to follow during the day as storms
downloading the wis tv weather app. you can find it in your app store. and it's free! rand paul announced just this morning that he is dropping out of the race for the white house. the kentucky senator is suspending his campaign for the republican nomination. in a statement senator paul says "it's been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the white house. today, i will end where i began, ready and willing to fight for
rick santorum also has dropped his bid for the republican presidential nomination. santorum's campaign never gained much momentum since his announcement may 27. low polling numbers forced him into the undercard debates. presidential candidates have their focus zeroed in on the new hampshire primary. charles molineaux will give us an update on the campaign trail in about five minutes. the columbia police department has made an arrest in connection to a sexual assault that occurred last weekend on barnwell street near usc. police say carlos hernandez turned himself in this morning at police headquarters. he's now charged with first degree criminal sexual assault and kidnapping. hernandez remains in the alvin s. glenn detention center awaiting it was a big day for high school football stars because it's national signing day! players have heard the sales pitches....now it's
sports director rick henry has more on the class of 2016. i think both usc and clemson fans are pleased about the guys they've picked up. we'll start with the gamecocks. head coach will muschamp puts together a solid recruiting class for his first usc signing day. muschamp hit the recruiting trail....the very same day he was introduced as carolina's coach in december. the first player he visited was richland northeast linebacker t.j. brunson. he was committed to louisville at the time.....today he signed with usc. usc's recruiting class is currently ranked between 25th and 30th nationally. it's another good recruiting year for clemson. the tigers picked up the state's top uncommitted prospect today. offensive lineman john simpson from fort dorchester picks clemson over florida and lsu. the tigers have put together a class that's ranked in the top ten nationally. muschamp: " two or three year process...you're going to look back and say that was a really good class for us. winning on signing day really isn't important to me. it's about two years... three years down
how much did they contribute, and how much did they play, how productive were they as players for south carolina." swinney: "you know as we've gone through our evaluation process what i'm always challenging our staff is we need championship people first. you know that needs to be our focus. i think this group... with this group we've done that. i think we got a bunch of championship people that just happen to be good football players. the presidential race has headed to the next pitt stop new hampshire. plus-- "now lord, thank you, thank you,
(donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to
social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk.
santorum may be next. meanwhile donald trump is crying "foul." steve handelsman reports. 10-15 26-29 1:02-1:09 1:14-17 the iowa republican winner is campaigning in a state where democrat bernie sanders is so popular ted cruz is joking they agree about washington. presidential candidate :10-:15 'gosh, ted, you sound exactly like bernie, saying it is all big money and lobbyists and corruption.' well, you know, that's right. cruz wants less government. sanders...more. presidential candidate too short to super "i think that solution is nuts." in pittsfield. at a plant that makes firefighting coats, marco rubio touted his strong third in iowa presidential candidate :26-:29 "i know that if i'm the republican nominee - we're going to win the election." many agreed "i think he has a good chance at beating hillary. and that's important to you? it's very important to me.. "he reminds me of a young kennedy - which i think is good." in washington, rand paul quit the race rick santorum canceled his events ============= === take graphic full ====:47- :51===========
ted cruz didn't win iowa. he stole it." ============= === graphic out ============= =========== telling iowans, trump charged, that ben carson had quit when he hadn't democrat bernie sanders claimed on today: he'd be a winner in november presidential candidate 1:02-1:09 "bernie sanders against republican candidates, we beat trump by a whole lot more than hillary clinton." clinton, trailing sanders in polls here, said she'll still fight presidential candidate 1:14-1:17 "i just could not - ever - skip new hampshire..." in fact clinton is bringing in staffers from new york to beef up her effort. audio outcue: i'm steve handelsman, nbc news. will whitson will be in new hampshire for complete coverage of the first primary starting next week. first primary starting next week. the man who finished second behind ted cruz in the iowa caucuses is heading back to south carolina this week. donald trump is scheduled to make two campaign stops here before the first in the south primary. on friday, he'll be at the florence civic center at 7 p.m. on wednesday the 17th, he's scheduled to be at the sumter
you can always find complete coverage on wistv.com - including why jeb bush is saying south carolina is the key to his presidential campaign. we are in first alert mode as strong cold front will move through the state today, ahead of the front we'll see showers and thunderstorms with a few storms reaching severe limits. i'm judi gatson with a wis salute for a proud united states marine. lance corporal chantz monts, is currently on his second deployment. he has served on crisis response missions throughout west and north africa. his sister mckenzie says her's her hero because, in spite of any challenges, he always
she is so proud that he has kept their family's military tradition alive. break a look now at your first alert traffic... we are in first alert mode as strong cold front will america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts...
and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa is responsible for the content of this message. rebuild homes in the midlands back in december. allie spillyards spent the morning with crews at one of the homes that's benefitted and joins us with details on the
united way of the midlands has promised 300-thousand dollars more in grants to the rebuild together project. the money will go to groups like the st. bernard project, which is helping to repair some of the 12 homes the cause is already benefitting. volunteers spent the monring with the henrys, who have watched mold climb their walls and take over their floors for months. when fema funds weren't enough to help, the henry's reached out to habitat for humanity, but they didn't qualify. that's when st. bernard stepped in. "since i'm home, i said, 'baby, i'm going to get on the phone and figure out what we have to do. if we have to move, or how we can get this taken care of. but since st. bernard stepped in, we can't stop thanking them and the lord." rebuild together started helping families like the henrys back in december with 100-thousand dollars
the united way will disperse this additional 300-thousand to partner agencies helping families that make 80 percent of median income... about 40-thousand dollars. they're also looking for homeowners who plan to stay in their house for 5 years or more. and we're told the united way expects to grant even more money as current projects are completed. coming up on wis--we're hearing from senator ted cruz and why he thinks he can claim a victory in the palmlmto state. plus--tracking plenty of showers in the midlands. and more weather pictures and video straight ahead.
you're taking a live look at allen university in columbia where bill clinton will make an appearance. he's going to speak at a rally called "fighting for us" at six. our chad mills and will whitson are there live. texas senator ted cruz predicts a strong showing, and a high priority for his performance in south carolina's republican primary. cruz spoke with wis news 10's charles molineaux and said his victory in the iowa caucus can be repeated in the palmetto state. the latest polls show donald trump with a strong lead among south carolina republicans, but cruz says iowa puts new energy into his campaign. cruz, and his wife heidi, gave rousing speeches to a packed rally in greenville last night. organizers say the popularity of the event exploded after cruz's monday
the iowa caucuses. cruz declares he's seeing a broad base of support materialize across the country and in south carolina. 00:33:06 "there are differences, but i think there's a lot more that unites us than divides us. and, in particular, iowa and south carolina have long had a history and commonality. you look at iowa and south carolina, you've got military veterans. you got a gun owners. you've got strong people of faith who love god and who are fed up with what barack obama and washington are doing. i think the state of iowa and south carolina have often done together, that iowa is often a strong foreshadowing of what's going to happen in south carolina because we share common values. and i think something else that was really powerful that we saw evangelicals and libertarians and reagan democrats all coming together. now those are wide philosophical differences. it's not easy to bring together that many philosophical differences, but that's what you got to do to win
it's what you got to do to win the general, to beat hillary clinton or bernie sanders." cruz also says he expects more attacks from donald trump as the campaign moves toward the new hampshire and south carolina primaries. but he says he will not spond in kind. we'll have more of my interview with ted cruz on wis news 10. you can always find complete coverage on wistv.com - including why jeb bush
is saying south carolina is the key to his presidential campaign. a years-long battle between the city of columbia and the owner of an adult business appears to be ending. the store known as taboo---is closing its doors. news ten's jack kuenzie has been following the story since taboo opened more than four years ago. he's here with the latest. judi---taboo opened a few weeks before christmas 2011 and almost immediately came under fire from city leaders. they said an adult business in that location,
devine---would be a magnet for crime and a drag on surrounding commercial and residential areas. city council action and litigation quickly followed. about two years ago, a suit filed by owner jeff white went before a federal judge---with his attorney accusing the city of "shifting, arbitrary" tactics against a business selling legal products protected by the first amendment. the city responded in part by providing white with a list of 45 other sites where he could relocate. none of them, said taboo--either suitable or available. then last month, federal judge terry wooten ruled against taboo. and last friday, a city attorney notified the business it was violating zoning rules and had until february 5th to close down. we've never had any police reports on this place. we've never had any issues, robberies, you any of that. secondary effects that they keep talking about. we've never been shown where we've created any kind of secondary effects. we kind of feel we've been open since
of the city didn't want us here we'd been out of business by want us here. the manager says taboo might have pursued a fourth circuit appeal of the lower court ruling---but that could take time. meanwhile, the city could have fined owner white $500 dollars a day and ordered him to jail for 30 days for each day the store remained in business. it does not appear at this point there are any plans to seek a location outside the city limits. jack kuenzie wis news ten. concerns over the spread of the zika virus continue. a confirmed case in texas was spread through sexual transmission. and there are more concerns over possible birth defects. meaghan norman has more on the zika virus. dawndy, right now there are no confirmed cases of the zika virus in south carolina. officials with dhec tell me they have sent four samples to the cdc for testing.
others are pending. but georgia health officials just reported its first case of the zika virus today of someone who recently traveled to colombia. the virus has been confirmed in more than two dozen countries, mostly in south american and the caribbean. the cdc has issued a travel advisory to dozens of those countries. the virus is primarily spread through mosquitos. but yesterday, texas had its first confirmed case spread through sexual contact with someone who had traveled to venezuela. dr. samantha morton an obgyn at carolina women's physicians at lexington medical center says the virus can be spread through different bodily fluids but there have also been concerns of possible birth defects related to the virus. dr. morton says the concerns are valid but no cases have been documented. "this is relatively new so there haven't been any cases yet of any birth defects being associated with the zika virus being transmitted through sexual contact this is obviously something the cdc is looking extensively at including
departments in the countries that are having more problems with the infection rate but it is something we need to look out for now as other data comes out." according to the cdc -- the most common symptoms of the virus are fever, joint pain, rash, red eyes. for those who get sick, the illness is usually mild. and the treatment is rest, drink fluids and take a fever-reducing medication. we'll continue following any developments with this virus. in the studio, meaghan norman wis news 10. big hug to each of these precious girls of bethel- hanberry elementary in richland school district two. i taught a class this morning on etiquette and these young ladies so impressed me with their desire to learn. "girls in pearls" is a fantastic program for the
esteem and proper etiquette. we talked about how to make eye contact, shake a hand, walk, sit properly. and how to speak on your cell phone! so everyone else around you doesn't have to hear your conversation too. the guys also have a group. theirs is called "bow-tie gents." they met in a different room after snacks. aren't they sharp?! generic tease
you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa
. another chance of rain may move into the midlands by sunday as low looks to form off the coast late saturday into sunday. today, scattered morning shows, breezy and mild as we start out in the e60s. warm and windy by midday with scattered showers and thunderstorms, some heavy rain possible. highs lower 70s, rain chance 100%. the timing of today's rain is best from 11am 6pm. break coming up on wis--talk about a shocker! a sea lion goes beyond the sea...into a store
america's heroes have a message. if you've fought... you know picking a commander in chief is no small thing. you're looking for smarts... and guts. we looked at each candidate... we studied their record... we know... looked them over... we checked them out... and we chose one. there's only one. jeb bush. he's got a plan. he'll keep us safe. he's a president - a commander in chief. jeb bush. best prepared to be commander in chief. right to rise usa